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    A critical understanding of how the legal framework for anti-doping has developed

    Doping in Sport and the Law by Ulrich Haas & Deborah Healey (eds., Hart Publishing) is a couple of years old, but, as our reviewer Paul Dimeo points out, “yet key texts such as this can help us understanding contemporary and future problems”. Paul recommends the book for anyone interested in anti-doping, sports ethics and/or sports law.

    “The quest for interdisciplinarity will have to wait for another day”

    The pursuit of interdisciplinarity in sport studies in the hope of breaking the natural and biosciences hegemony in the field is the objective of editor Joseph Maguire’s collected volume Social Sciences in Sport. Alan Bairner reviews the effort and finds much to appreciate, but apparently, this is not the holy grail that the social sciences of sport urgently need.
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